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I Can’t Feed my Favourite Bird! So What’s my Favourite Bird?

I Can’t Feed my Favourite Bird! So What’s my Favourite Bird?

So what’s my favourite bird? The swallow. Always has been and I suspect it always will be. They look good at a distance – sleek, streamlined miniature jet planes – and they look good close up –a charming red bib, eyes as big and dark as a baby seals, a beak set in a permanently benign smile, and a cheery jumble of a song that is the very definition of the word “twitter”. But it’s not how they sound or look, it’s what they do.

Veterinary work in East Africa – essential equipment

Veterinary work in East Africa – essential equipment

Working as a wildlife vet in Kenya conjures up images of helicopters, four-wheel-drive vehicles, capture guns and an army of field workers and anti-poaching rangers.

Shortlist Revealed: Vote for Britain’s National Bird

Shortlist Revealed: Vote for Britain’s National Bird

Vote for Britain’s National Bird. Be quick (closes May 7th, 2015).

Butterflies

Butterflies

Butterflies love - and indeed need - quite a lot of the things that gardeners hate...

Wouldn’t it be ‘Cool’ to Create Britain’s Biggest Nature Reserve?

Wouldn’t it be ‘Cool’ to Create Britain’s Biggest Nature Reserve?

I would honestly say that the most productive and the least threatened habitat in Britain are gardens. Every garden –no matter how small - has the potential to be a nature reserve. What’s more, add all those thousands of gardens together and it is a very big nature reserve.

When exactly is spring?

When exactly is spring?

Well, for a start that depends on what latitude you live at. As far as Britain is concerned, the first signs of spring can be immediately in the New Year if you happen to live on the south coast of England, particularly in Devon or Cornwall.

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